Graduate Student Intern
Supervised by Angel Hirsch, LPC #78101
512.238.1700 ext. 322
I view life as a continuous journey where we all encounter a wide variety of experiences. Life is also full of challenges and opportunities; sometimes these opportunities are better navigated with assistance from a knowledgeable and informed professional. I have previously spent a career in healthcare assisting people and this sparked my new passion for counseling. I appreciate that people progress best when in a safe and nurturing environment and I strive to provide this to all my clients, and I look forward to assisting you in finding the best possible path for you.
While each of us is a unique individual, I recognize that most people also live within a social environment where networks of personal interaction influence us all. This is why I will use the Bowen Family Systems theory when working with individuals or couples. I am eager to use Family Systems theory because it places an importance on an awareness of emotions, clear thinking, recognizing patterns of behavior, and gaining new skills. I welcome working with clients that have anxiety, depression, suffered from traumatic events, adult survivors of childhood trauma, and care-givers’ fatigue. I hope to work with you on your path to wellness, so please contact me.
Education: Candidate for Master of Education in Counseling and Development, Lamar University at Beaumont, Texas (Candidate, Summer 2022) | Associate Degree in Nursing, San Jacinto College at Pasadena, Texas | Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Texas A&M University at College Station, Texas.
Professional Membership: American Counseling Association